WATCH! MaMkhize’s Royal AM Donates Houses To KZN Floods’ Victims

Shauwn “MaMkhize” Mkhize’s Royal AM and Zikhulise Group which is understood to be her company donated houses to the KwaZulu-Natal floods victims yesterday. MaMkhize was accompanied by the eThekwini Metropolitan Municipality Mayor Mxolisi Kaunda when they handed over the three houses in Wyebank.

She took to her Instagram account to express delight. “Today was a great day,” MaMkhize wrote on her Instagram account. “I spent the morning together with the eThekwini Municipality in Wybank to hand over three houses that we, as Zikhulise Group and ROYAL AM donated to families that were severely affected by the floods in April.

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“While there’s more that needs to be done to rebuild KZN, it is important to highlight the progress and celebrate the I’m all wins. Thank you to eThekwini Municipality for the quick implementation of land, water, and electricity in response to the flood victims,” she added.

She then posted a video showing from scratch when they started building the houses until they handed them yesterday. “Royal AM Cares X Zikhulise Group. When we come together we can always make a difference. Thank you again to all the parties involved. This would not have been a success without you all. Very happy to finally introduce alternative technology in KZN,” she wrote.

MaMkhize is not the first to make donations with Siphiwe Tshabalala’s Foundation having put some hand in Verulam and Umlazi. Tshabalala was accompanied by his former teammate Reneilwe Letsholonyane when they handed over food parcels and other things.

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AmaZulu FC alongside their major partners also visited flood-affected areas to help out while Kaizer Motaung Jnr Foundation which is one of the busiest in South Africa in helping disadvantaged people and empowering the youth also visited the Zulu nation King to talk about the plans of how they’ll help the victims of the KZN floods that started in April.

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